Odour from animal production facilities: its relationship to diet.

@article{Le2005OdourFA,
  title={Odour from animal production facilities: its relationship to diet.},
  author={Phung Dinh Le and Andr{\'e} J. A. Aarnink and Nico W. M. Ogink and Petra Maria Becker and Martin Wilhelmus Antonius Verstegen},
  journal={Nutrition research reviews},
  year={2005},
  volume={18 1},
  pages={3-30}
}
Though bad odour has always been associated with animal production, it did not attract much research attention until in many countries the odour production and emission from intensified animal production caused serious nuisance and was implicated in the health problems of individuals living near animal farms. Odour from pig production facilities is generated by the microbial conversion of feed in the large intestine of pigs and by the microbial conversion of pig excreta under anaerobic… CONTINUE READING

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